GreenBiz 19: Day 1 welcome

March 12, 2019 by  
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GreenBiz Chairman and Executive Editor Joel Makower, CEO Eric Faurot, and VP, Conferences Ellie Buechner welcome GreenBiz 19 participants to the conference.

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Welcome day 1

February 15, 2018 by  
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GreenBiz Chairman and Executive Editor Joel Makower, President Pete May, and Conference Director Ellie Buechner welcome GreenBiz 18 participants to the conference.

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VERGE Boston: Confessions of a first-time attendee

May 20, 2013 by  
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Missed the conference? Read the rundown from an attendee's perspective.

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Shaping supply chain sustainability with the Internet of things

March 16, 2012 by  
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The development the AMEE carbon measurement and management platform provides the narrative for a "One Great Idea" presentation at VERGE DC and illustrates several of the conference themes.

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TreeHugger Live from Austin: Watch #SxSWEco Video

October 4, 2011 by  
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We’re excited to be here in Austin, Texas for the inaugural SxSW Eco conference! Below is a video player where you can watch some of the panels and keynote speeches throughout the next three days. While not all of the conference will be streamed live, we’ll be busy bringing you our perspective live on Twitter and posting blog updates throughout the week. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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From Scrap To Stylish Stump: Recycled Timber Furniture By Ubico Studio

October 4, 2011 by  
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Photos: Ubico Studio We admit it: we can’t get enough of stump-themed furniture. And now, from Tel Aviv-based Ubico Studio comes this tongue-in-cheek creation, made from salvaged wood scraps, glued together and skillfully shaped to give the appearance of wholesome stumpiness. … Read the full story on TreeHugger

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Google Earth Engine Tracks Global Environmental Changes

December 6, 2010 by  
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A new online technology from Google called Google Earth Engine allows scientists and researchers to track environmental changes by analyzing 25 years worth of images from the LANDSAT satellite, the longest continually orbiting satellite on earth. The new project, which will be posted online for free, was introduced at the COP16 talks in Cancun last week and will include applications that monitor and measure deforestation, land use trends, water resources and more.  In honor of the conference’s location, the first major creation of Google Earth Engine is the most comprehensive scale map of Mexico’s forest and water resources to date

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Our Oceans Are Un-Owned, Un-Explored, Un-Protected – Updates from TED Oceans Mission Blue Conference

April 8, 2010 by  
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Photo by the Tahoe guy The Ted Oceans’ Mission Blue conference in the Galapagos is under full swing, and there are some big concepts being discussed among the attendees and speakers. The mission of the conference is to try to further Sylvia Earl’s TED wish of expanding our marine protected areas. But that requires all eyes on the oceans, and when we focus our attention…

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Best of Inhabitat: TV Stand Butcher Block, Empty Shopping Mall Goes LEED, Green is Toxic

April 8, 2010 by  
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This week over at Inhabitat , we saw a barrage of awesome design projects that involved taking something old and crumbly and upcycling it into something even better than new. From a chapel in Utrecht turned crisp white modern residence , to an old dairy barn converted into a state of the art eco-home to a

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Climate Change Causing Soay Sheep to Shrink. No It’s Not. Yah-huh! Nuh-uh! Well Maybe.

April 8, 2010 by  
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Photo via Sam W A little less than a year ago, we reported about the findings that global warming is causing the Soay sheep of Scotland to shrink and get lighter in color, all to adapt to higher temperatures. However, it turns out that chalking the changes up to global warming is causing quite a ruckus among climate scientists

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